Baftas 2015 Jewellery Trends for Bridal

Baftas 2015 Jewellery Trends Classic Crystal

Baftas 2015 Jewellery Trends Classic Crystal

The Bafta’s red-carpet 2015 has arrived! Amongst the stunning, designer gowns there was plenty of bridal inspiration for wedding accessories provided by some of the top names in Hollywood.

Actress Laura Haddock simply shone in the most wedding worthy gown of the whole night – a beautiful, tulle number inspired by ballroom styling with layers of subtle fabric. Laura chose to accent her look carefully with sparkly classic crystal jewellery including a pair of chunky earrings and a simple strand bracelet fora subtle, yet elegant look. With such a large dress, the jewellery can be kept balanced with earrings and a bracelet and we loved Laura’s choice of jewels! Create a similar look with stunning, luxury bridal¬†costume¬†jewellery by Ivory and Co which offers a range of fine jewels inspired designs combined with affordable stones and a high quality rhodium finish. The collection features vintage, Victorian and modern motifs and is intended to mimic real diamond jewels.

Our second favourite look of the Baftas awards ceremony has to be Holliday Grainger – the English actress known well for her role in The Borgia’s. We adore Art Deco and Holliday looked utterly chic in her minimalist monochrome gown with soft drapes, rouge red lips and vintage wave hairdo. The necklace chosen by the actress was simply perfect to add interest and a luxury finishing touch to her outfit. Long drop, draping and back drop necklaces are simply ideal for creating that flamboyant, Twenties feel! This type of look is ideal for a bride who has chosen a column wedding gown or Deco style backless dress – the necklace should do all the talking! Opt for a simple teardrop design focusing all the attention on the length of the necklace and number of drapes for added impact! keep the earrings simple as small studs if needed and footwear classic and simple too.

Read more about our final Baftas bridal inspired look shortly!

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February 8, 2015 in Bridal Jewellery
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